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1 6-hole Steel Ra'uge, with reservoir, good condition 18.50
1 IIome-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only 6.50
1 Second Hand Organ, 917. Another for only 22.00
1 Phonograph, and 6 Records, only 5.73
1 used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only 0.00
1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very 'heap at 12.8"
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at 20c, 30c, 40c e&cb
Graphophone Needles, sort tone, 200 for ...10
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size, 91.00; for iron beds, $3.3
SMITH'S, Back of Variety Store
ALLIGATOR RAIN COATS
They are the kind that don't leak. Guaranteed absolutely water waterproof
proof waterproof and will not crack or stick. We will cheerfully refund purchase
money or give a new coat for any coat not up to this guarantee. We
have a nice assortment of both riding and walking coats, fresh stock
and at moderate prices. We are headquarters for storm aprons, cur curtains,
tains, curtains, canopies and buggy tops. There Is no reason why you should not
protect yourself against the wet weather and prevent sickness and
KNIGHT l LANG
Was Opened For Business
MONDAY, OCTOBER 7TH.
Domestic Finish on Collars and Cuffs; Hand
Ironed Shirts; Flat Work Carefully Ironed; Open
Air Drying on Fine Fabrics. : : : :
QUICK AUTO DELIVERY
Up Town Agency at Guarantee Clothing and Shoe
Store, Where .Work will be Called for Twice Daily.
D.eCAMP & SON
S. 10th. and Hickory Sis., Ocala, Fla.
Florida Aetto SaHes Co.
North of Government Building Ocala. Fla.
Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1ft
WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Uooms With Bath $2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
uiu i uivi i;uii aim ljiuuprau L itllls.
American rian, $2 per day and up. European Plan. $1.00 per day and up.
Special Weekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.
TIIK MOST IMPARTIAL JUDGE
Must admit that there is nothing
lacking in either the quality or quan
tity of our auto supplies. Here you
can obtain everything from a small
wrench to a set of new tires and at a
price that reduces the upkeep of your
machine by many per cent. Make up
AND 14th ST.
Dlil BY fl II
Ta Kill Rooaevelt, In Sehrank'a De Delation
lation Delation Think the Third Term
Idea la Treaoon
Milwaukee. Wis., Oct. 16. When the
police took John Schrank to the sta station
tion station and searched him, they found in
one of his pockets the following proc proclamation
lamation proclamation written in English:
-September 12. 1915; September 15,
"In a dream I saw President Mc Mc-Kinley
Kinley Mc-Kinley pointing to a man whom I rec recognized
ognized recognized as Theodore Roosevelt, and
"This Is my murderer: avenge my
"September 12, 1912. 1:30 a. m..
while writing a poem some one tap
ped me on the shoulder and saldl 'Lefj
not a murderer take the presidential
chair. Avenge my death. I could
plainly see Mr. McKinley's features.
"Before the Almighty God I swear
the above writing is nothing but the
Another note found In the man's
"So long as Japan could rise to the
greatest power of the world, despite
her surviving a tradition more than
2,000 years old, as General Nogi so
nobly demonstrated, it is the duty of
the United States of America to uphold
the third term tradition. Let every
third termer be regarded as a traitor
to the American cause. Let it be the
right and duty of every citizen to for forcibly
cibly forcibly remove a third termer. Never
let a third term party emblem appear
on the official ballot.
"I am willing to die for my coun country.
try. country. God has called me to be his in
strument, so help me God.
(Signed): "Innocent Guilty."
Written In German: "A strong tow
er Is our goal."
The man who did the shooting first
refused to give his name. He had on
his person a copy of the colonel's
itinerary, written on a sheet of note note-paper
paper note-paper taken from the Bismark hotel
and cafe. Nashville, Tenn.
The would-be assassin Is five feet
five Inches in height, weight 170
pounds, light complexion, bald, fairly
well dressed. He confessed to the po
lice that he fired the shot, and made
Any man looking for a third term
ought to be shot."
The prisoner told the police after an
hour's examination that he was John
Schrank, of No. 370 East Tenth street,
Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 15. John
Schrank, Colonel Roosevelt's assailant,
pleaded guilty to a charge of attempt attempted
ed attempted murder at a preliminary arraign
ment. Schrank was held to the crim
inal court for trial under bond of $7,-
Judge N. B. Neelen of the district
court immediately after the arraign
ment of Schrank ordered Prof. E. W.
Somer, head of the chemical depart department
ment department of Marquette University, to make
a chemical test of bullets remaining In
the would-be slayer's revolver. Judge
Neelen announced that this action was
taken immediately to determine If the
bullet which entered Colonel Roose Roosevelt's
velt's Roosevelt's body had been poisoned. The
Judge said that his action was prompt prompted
ed prompted by memories of the bullet which
killed President McKinley and also by
a personal desire to give the surgeons
at Chicago every aid In treating Colo Colonel
nel Colonel Roosevelt's wounds.
Schrank looked little the worse this
morning for a night spent in a cell. He
called for a cup of coffee and some something
thing something to eat shortly after 7 o'clock. It
was planned to have him "Bertilllon "Bertilllon-ed"
ed" "Bertilllon-ed" during the day and to await ad advices
vices advices of his record from the New York
The assassin still sticks to his story
that the shooting was the result of a
vision which came to him some time
Asked as to whether it was his de desire
sire desire to kill the former president,
Schrank said it was not.
Schrank is a single man.
Schrank appeared unperturbed over
the consequences awaiting him. He is
a curious study. He does not have the
appearance of a laborer and his hands
are small, well formed and smooth as
though unusued to toil. He talked
fluently at times, using excellent Eng English,
lish, English, but often he stopped abruptly and
refused to say another word until his
changing mood made him talk again.
His appearance seems that of an intel
ligent man. But, his stories of dreams
and visions and the curious letters and
clippings found In his pockets appear
to denote mental Instability. What
ever his state of mind. It was appar
ent to all who saw him that Schrank
was thoroughly In earnest and that he
felt It was a matter of high duty for
him to kill Theodore Roosevelt. The
weapon Schrank used .was a .38-callber
army pattern and fashioned to "shoot
New York, Oct. 16. John Schrank.
Roosevelt's would-be assassin, up to a
month ago lived at the White hotel, a
three-story lodging house at 156 Canal
street. Just off the Bowery. He had
been a guest there for nine months.
occupying a room that cost him $2 a
Gustav A. Jost, of the hotel said he
had known Schrank for a long time,
"The mans rather, said Jost, "was
an old time saloon keeper on Elizabeth
street. Schrank used to come often to
my place for lunch or a casual glass
of beer. He was a quiet, unassuming
fellow and I often sat down with him
for a few minutes' chat.
"It was Just nine months ago when
he came to me and asked for a room
I gave him one at $2 a week and he
was registered under the name of
Slannang. He told me at the time he
was in the Insurance business. A few
days later he remarked to me that his
name as Inscribed on the register was
a mistake and should be Schrank. He
did not appear to be prosperous: In
fact, about two months ago he asked
me to help him get a Job somewhere
as bartender or waiter.
"Finally, about the last of Septem
ber Schrank quit the hotel, leaving no
forwarding address. He said he was
going out of town to visit relatives
few days later he sent me a postcard
from a southern town. I think In
South Carolina. I notice by the papers
this morning that he had gone south
In pursuit of Colonel Roosevelt.
"Schrank never had any visitors at
the hotel. He was quiet in his man manner
ner manner and in his talk. There was no
mystery about him apparently he was
Just like many other men whom you
meet in New York hotels and lodging
houses. He never talked politics with
me and never gave any indications of
possessing violent opinions. He is the
last man I would have picked as
a would-be assassin."
Electra. Oct. 15. Walter Daniels of
Leesburg Is visiting his cousin. Mr.
Mr. J. B. Holten of Sarasota was In
Messrs. J. H. Halford, Walter Hud Hud-nell
nell Hud-nell and Hosea Sellers killed two nice
Mr. Walter Hudnell Is visiting his
sick father, Mr. Ashley Hudnell.
Mr. Louis Plllans of Ocala Is visit visiting
ing visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Pillans. We are all sorry to know
that Mr. Louis Plllans has been sick,
but glad to know that he Is rapidly
Mr. J. G. Fakes has moved to Lake
Bryant with his father-in-law, Mr.
Bryant, where he will remain during
A crowd of young f people gathered
at the home of Mr. J. M. Mock last
Saturday night to practice some new
Mr. Brant and Mr. Fakes carried a
large load of oranges to town Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, and had no trouble In selling
Our school is progressing nicely.
There are twenty-four scholars enroll enrolled.
ed. enrolled. The school organized a school
society last week with Mr. George
Erant, Jr., as president.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as thty cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the eustachian tube. When this
tube is Inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or Imperfect hearing, and when
it Is entirely closed, deafness is the re result,
sult, result, and unless the Inflammation can
be taken out and this tube restored to
Its normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever; nine cases out of
ten are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces. We will give
one hundred dollars for any case of
deafness (caused by catarrh) that can cannot
not cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Send for circulars, free. F. J. Cheney
& Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists,
75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. (Adv.)
LEST YOU FORGET
Ladies' and Misses' Coat Suits, Long
Coats and Sweater Coats, at H. B.
Masters Co. 0-9-dtf
Every day from kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Why suffer death
when a $1 bottle, a sixty-day treat treatment
ment treatment of Hall's Texas Wonder, seldom
fails to cure? Send for testimonials.
Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive street. St.
Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists.
FOR SALE AT 9173
A St. Louis well machine that will
make wells from seven Inches down
through any kind of rock. Address,
D. C. Stanley, Bellevlew, Fla.
SATED BY HIS WIFE
She's a wise woman who knows Just
what to do when her husband's life is
In danger, but Mrs. R, J. Flint. Brain-
tree, Vt.. is of that kind. "She insist insisted
ed insisted on my using Dr. King's New Dis Discovery,"
covery," Discovery," writes Mr. F.. "for a dreadful
cough, when I was so weak my friends
all thought I had only a short time to
live, and it completely cured me." A
quick cure for coughs and colds. It's
the most safe and reliable medicine for
many throat and lung troubles grip,
bronchitis, croup, whooping cough.
quinsy, tonsllltls. hemorrhages. A
trial will convince you. 50c and $1.
Guaranteed by Tydlngs & Co. (Adv.)
SEEDS, NEW CROP
Garden, field and flower seed. Just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman. Ocala. Ad-
For sore throat, swollen tonsils.
pimples on the tongue, gargle the
throat or rinse the mouth with DAR
BY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID diluted
In a little water. It will quickly restore
normal conditions. Batne the skin wlTh
It to reduce swellings, cure Insect bites
or stings, wash out ragged wounds.
old sores or barbed wire cuts. It dis disinfects
infects disinfects the wound and heals the flesh.
Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by all
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap.
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerlg's Postofflce Drugstores.
F. A. Wootsey, a nreakman at Jack
sonville, Texas, says: I was down
with kidney trouble and rheumatism
so bad I could hardly get up, and had
backache all the time, and was almost
tired of living. I sa wan advertisement
of Foley Kidney Pills and after taking
one bottle I was better, and when I
had taken two more I was thoroughly
cured." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
Seed oats and rye for fall planting
at the Ocala Seed Store. A a.
1800 acres pine timber east of the
Oklawaha river in tp. 16 r. 24. R. L.
Martin, Ocala, Fla. Ad.
Chronic rheumatism contracts the
muscles, distorts the Joints and un
dermines the strength. A powerful,
penetrating and relieving remedy will
be found In BALLARD'S SNOW LINI LINIMENT.
MENT. LINIMENT. It restores strength and sup suppleness
pleness suppleness to the aching limbs. Price 25c.
50c. and SI per bottle. Sold by all
Phone 2S4 for quick prescription ser service.
vice. service. Ad.
H. M. Beatty. Little Rock, Ark., says
"For the past two years I suffered
with kidney trouble, had severe pains
across my back and over my hips that
almost meant death to me at times. I
used several well known kidney rem
edies, but got no relief until I used Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Pills. These I can truth
fully say made me a sound and well
man." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. (Ad.)
Orljriaatora In Amnaenaent, maaajtlaa;
the Wild Wwl and the
The union of Buffalo Bill's Wild
West and Pawnee Bills Far East
brought together two great factors In
The merger sprung into immediate
popularity owing to its presenting
subjects delineated by born and bred
races connected therewith. This pop popularity
ularity popularity shows the public's thirst for
knowledge in the practical life of dif different
ferent different peoples, now brought into close
business and social relations, who
were in olden days, so far distant
from each other as to be almost as
mystical to us as are those in Mars.
Now, Puck has put a girdle around
the earth that gives converse in ten
minutes, instead of mail communica communication
tion communication in ten months, and makes almost
any two points on the earth that steam
power reaches, as near to each other
as is New York and Brooklyn Minne Minneapolis
apolis Minneapolis and St. Paul and brings the two
hemispheres simply across ocean fer ferries.
ries. ferries. In a kindred manner Cody and
Lillie bring for our instruction genu genuine,
ine, genuine, sample representatives of the dif different
ferent different human species, identified with
the fast passirg primitive peculiarities
of nomadic life, once common to our
ancestry. Two hemispheres are re recruited
cruited recruited from to form this composite
study of racial peculiarities the West Western
ern Western and Eastern.
The Wild West section will adhere
to the depiction of the historic condi conditions,
tions, conditions, now obsolete, which have been
so realistically and truthfully por portrayed
trayed portrayed In the past, and have also added
some novelties, in arrangement and
episodes, giving a refreshing interest
to the patron.
The "Rough Riders of the World,"
and their companion equestrian ex experts,
perts, experts, will exemplify in a marked de degree,
gree, degree, the possibilities in skilled horse horsemanship,
manship, horsemanship, including Max Gruber's' "Ex "Excelsior,"
celsior," "Excelsior," thoroughbred stallion, the
pony "Peacock." who challenge com comparison
parison comparison with any equine wonders In
the trained line ever in existence;
Gerner and Kenny's high Jumping
stud of prize winning hurdle horses,
and a six horse draft team that has
captured International honors.
The Far East will be represented by
an Oriental spectacle of beauty and
splendor, introducing the many pic picturesque
turesque picturesque types which Inhabit the ro romantic
mantic romantic East, in a multitudinous pro program
gram program of native diversions, introducing
a most astounding elephant act that
description cannot faithfully relate
visual inspection alone can g-asp.
New arena arrangement and colossal
scenic effects, all assist to frame the
world-wide dioramas that are repre represented
sented represented In the Wild West and Far East
A LOG OX THE TRACK
of the fast express means serious trou trouble
ble trouble ahead If not removed, so does loss
of appetite. It means lack of vitality,
loss of strength and nerve weakness.
If appetite, falls, take Electric Bitters
quickly to overcome the cause by
toning up the stomach and curing the
indigestion. Michael Hessheimer of
Lincoln, Neb., had been sick over three
years, but six bottles of Electric Bit Bitters
ters Bitters put him right on his feet again.
They have helped thousands. They
give pure blood, strong nerves, good
digestion. Only 50 cent sat Tydlngs &
NOTICE TO MEMBERS
OF BOYS CORN CLUBS
Berlin. Fla., Oct. 8, 1912.
There will be a meeting of the Boys
Corn Club in Ocala Saturday, October
19th, at 10 o'clock a. m. I hope every
boy between the age of 10 and 18
years will be in attendance, and we es
pecially invite the boys' fathers and
brothers to meet with us. We will
have several speakers to address the
boys. Among them will be Professor
J. J. Vernon of Gainesville, who is at
the head of the Boys' Corn Club of the
state. Hoping to have a large attend
ance, I am Yours very truly.
S. J. McCully, County Agent.
J. C. Ray, Wlnfleld, Ala., says: "3y
father, T. J. Ray, suffered with kidney
and bladder trouble so bad he had to
use a -catheter. Various kidney rem remedies
edies remedies were tried without result, and
finally we gave him Faley Kidney
Pills. In three days he could pass
some water and on the fifth, no longer
needed a catheter. He continued to use
Foley Kidney Pills until entirely
cured." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
1013 Llceaaea Dae October First
All state and county licenses are due
and payable on the first day of Octo
ber. To continue business after that
date without your 1913 license will be
an open violation of the laws of the
state of Florida.
The tax collector will Issue the
licenses and furnish blanks and all
Yours very truly.
Joseph Bell, County Judge.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.
SAVES LEG OF BOY
"It seemed that my 14-year-old boy
would have to lose his leg, on account
of an ugly ulcer, caused by a bad
bruise," wrote D. F. Howard, Aquone,
N. C. "All remedies and doctors' treat
ment failed till we tried Bucklen's Ar
nlca Salve, and cured him with one
box." Cures burns, xIls. skin erup
tlons, piles. 25c. at Tydlngs & Co. (Ad.)
OIL STOVE FOR SALE
For sale cheap, a three-burner blue
flame oil cooking stove. Apply at the
Star office. Ad.
A good remedy for a bad cough is
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. It
heals the lungs and quiets Irritation.
Price 25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold
by all druggists. Ad.
A new line of toilet requisites Just
In. Gerlg's Postofflce Drugstores. Ad.
When you have a bad cold you want
the best medicine obtainable so as to
cure It with as little delay as possible.
Here is a druggist's opinion: "I have
sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
fifteen years," says Enos Lollar, of
Saratoga. Ind.. "and consider It the
best on the market." For sale by all
If Your Straw Hat
Looks too Bad to
Wear longer, Buy
a New one from us.
Our Full Line has
F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
Office, 333. Bulte 1 to 7 Holder Block, Southwest
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407. Corner of Public "Square
Notet Call made by a perl a I appointment. 8 perl a 1 Gen It Urinary Cllnle
after 7 p. n. earn day.
AT. Thomas, Pres.
Lake Weir Sand and Crashed Rock
$ Cement Blocks and all kinds of Cement Forms, from
JL a l i j a i r a.
siock or special acsigiiH. vyomraciors in
Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de descriptions.
scriptions. descriptions. Residences or Stores contracted in
in Brick, Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti Estimates
mates Estimates furnished on request.
OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH MAIN STREET
Phone 331 OCALA, FLORIDA
Call up Phone 300 and Let
EIM I C L tt l a I 1 IE lkUlti -'v
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save Yon Money on Any Work in Our Lices
Aa we emptor none bat experta we are In poaftlan ta iraaraate
ery pleee of work we roaMraet to ntaad the taapoetlon of the mmmt
rlatld Inspector. It eota not alas to net onr fift-area, nnt yon are tha
wlaaer, whether we aerare the eoatrnet or not. Give aa trial.
M. W. TUCKER
FORT KING BLOCK
Ocala NoFttHieirim Matedadl
Effective September 15th, 1912
No 12 leaves Ocala 7:30 a.m.
No 14 leaves Ocala 2:45 p.m.
No 15 arrives Ocala 11:25 a.m.
No 17 arrives Ocala 6:10 p.m.
S. P. HOLLINRAKE, G. P. A.
J. Thompson, Manager
Sand & Stone Co.
Corner Day and Dogao Sis.
RATES: Si and tip
Hot and Cold Running Water aid
Telephone In Each Room. Free Ba-tha.
COOLEST HOOM, I1EST II EDS
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS
Take Street Car at Union Station and
Get oft at Hogan Street. -t
ns Give an Estimate on Year
No 20 leaves Ocala 8:C3 a.n.
No 22 leaves Ocala 2:45 pjx '!
No 21 arrives Ocala lt:C) a.n.
No 23 arrives Ocala 5:45 p.n
OCALA E VEXING STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOfcEK 16, 1912
OGALA EVENING STAR
nittlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
II. R. Carroll, Uuslness 3Ianager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postoffice at Ocala,
Fla,, as second class mail matter.
A SERIOUS WOUXD
Mr. Roosevelt's wound Is
serious one than he or his
friends at first supposed. It Is in the
chest on the right side, and the bullet
went just deep enough to make its lo
cation and effect a puzzle. Blood pois
oning is feared, and there Is also dan-
ger of Internal hemorrhage.
Mr. Roosevelt is now in Mercy Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, Chicago. A telephone message
this noon says he is resting easily, but
his temperature Is above normal, which
may be partly owing to the tetanus
anti-toxin administered to him last
night. Ills condition is not consider
ed dangerous, but his friends will be
uneasy about him for some days.
All Americans, without regard to
party, sympathize with this big, virile
earnest man, who has made many mis
takes, but has also done much good
who has always fought in the open and
taken the buffets of public life along
with the bouuuets. Very much of
man is Theodore Roosevelt, and the
Star hopes he will live and help make
history Interesting for many years to
SOME NEEDLESS WORK
MY COMRADE SCHNEIDER
Brother Benjamin of the Ocala Star
bly answers the five questions ou
socialist friends have propounded am
offered $1000 to anyone answering
them. We believe Brother Benjamin Is
entitled to the thousand dollar bill.
Its among the other treasures w
have laid up in Heaven, and we are
some doubtful about ever seeing it.
For the benefit of the Summerfieb
Chronicle we might say, that the edl
tor of the Star in attempting to an
swer the five questions propounded by
Reis of Toledo, did aoout as well a
any of his capitalist contemporarie
could have done, but the answers are
no answers, but mere negatives and
bald assertions and denials withou
proofs, such answers do not deserve
that $1000 price. Suppose the Summer
field Chronicle make a try at it, it
might do better!
A little closer reading of the litera literature
ture literature of jhe Real Road to Wellvllle
will show both editors that capitalists
have no other answer to these ques questions,
tions, questions, than perhaps, "God knows," a
la William Howard Taft; therefore
can't hope to earn the $1000 on the
terms Imposed. It will be remembered
that the conditions imposed the avoid avoidance
ance avoidance of the socialist answer to those
questions as there is, or can be no
other logical answer to them. Capi
talists and their editors And them-iaPtlv
selves In a. very deep, deep hole, with a
thousand dollar price dangling most
tantallzlngly before their very noses,
yet out of reach.
If our friend the editor will lay his
treasures up in some warmer place, he
will be more likely to find them when
he needs tbem. C. F. S.
The initials "C. F. S." above stand
for the name of our friend Charles F.
Schneider, who Is candidate on the so socialist
cialist socialist ticket for some office, we can't
remember which one, but it makes no
Our friend Schneider need not have
wasted his time in telling us we would
not receive them thousand plunks. We
had listed themi with the other
promises of socialism, which might as
well be laid up In Heaven, or even bet better,
ter, better, for it will be hell on the body
politic, socialists Included, if any at attempt
tempt attempt to carry them out is ever made.
Comrade Schneider, however. Is
more generous to us than we expected.
He admits that we have come closer to
winning the thousand than some others
have done. In return we will say that
he Is a clever old boy and means well,
and we would rather trust him with
the Job of running the earth than
some other folks who have essayed it.
But when he says. that our answers
to the five questions are "mere nega negatives,
tives, negatives, bald assertions and denials," he
Jars our tunny bone. In the name of
the great horn spoon and the lesser
planets, what is there so far to the
socialist program but bald assertions
of what they will do, negatives of good
In others and promises bare of fulfill fulfillment?
ment? fulfillment? Comrade Schneider has not put in
any of his time, disproving or con controverting
troverting controverting any of our assertions. He
says they are one thing, our friends
say they are another, and up to date
the ayes seem to have it.
But you can't cprner a socialist In
argument. He Is like the prohibition prohibitionist
ist prohibitionist we have all heard of. Said prohi prohibitionist
bitionist prohibitionist maintained that the use of
alcohol shortened life. In vain his op opponent
ponent opponent pointed out that a certain con confirmed
firmed confirmed old soak was 90 years old.
"That cuts no Ice," said the prohl. "If
he had never used whisky, he would
be a hundred by this time."
We don't think that any of our cap capitalist
italist capitalist brethren are much tantalized
by that thousand dollar prize dangling
before- their noses. We don't suppose
that anyone, not even a socialist, has
ever taken It seriously.
We know that many of their lead lead-era
era lead-era are not taking their platform ser seriously.
iously. seriously. We know they are not because
thy have told us so. Some of them
have told us that they are very well
aware that the adoption of their pol policies
icies policies at this time would ruin the coun country.
try. country. We haven't read the "Real Road to
Wellville." We will read it as soon
as some reliable person has traveled
over the said road and sent back an
authenticated report of Its condition
and destination. When it comes to
speculation, we can do that with as
much probability and much more to
our satisfaction than anybody else
can do it for us. A man who lets an another
other another man, whether he be a socialist
or not, do his pipe-dreaming for him
wastes one of his unalienable priv privileges.
ileges. privileges. We regret to see our friend Schneid Schneider
er Schneider refer to a warmer place than Heav Heaven
en Heaven to lay up treasures in. The infer inference
ence inference is obvious, and we had supposed
that socialism would abolish Hell as
soon as it took charge. And we con confidently
fidently confidently expect It to take charge In
ten thousand years or so. which is
considerably less time in that super superheated
heated superheated place than another friend, an
old hardshell preacher, promised us
when we were a boy. However, the
socialism that will abolish hells here
and hereafter, will be a different
brand from that which Comrade
Take the string of stuff that he
printed In a recent issue of the Star
and is Issuing In pamphlet form what
Is there In It useful or helpful? It Is
n appeal to the lazy, to the incompe-
ent and to the unsuccessful. It Is an
nvitation to each of them to take from
every one who nas more man ne.
an invitation which none would
more heartily resent man uromer
Schneider If two or three Senegambiam
day laborers were to insist on putting
nto effect on the work and pay of the
Golden Acre Grove.
Where is this $2300 a year that Com
rade Schneider speaks of to come
from? From the capitalists? Well,
hardly. There is no $2500 a year
apiece to come from anywhere. An
other bald assertion, but It will keep
Comrade Schneider busy from now till
election day to find figures to dis disprove
prove disprove it.
The only way to pay us $200 a year
would be to nay us in flat money, and
there never will be enough fools in
this world to make flat money worth
its face value.
The promises of the socialistic
nlatform are nothing- more nor less
than thinly veiled threats for a gen
eral and equal division of property
There are only three classes in this
country who want any such thing.
They are the foolishly philanthropic.
the enviously Incomnetent and the
Law Is not equally and wisely ad
ministered. But law means equally
and exactly the thing to every man
that it means to every other man. No
law can be passed to confiscate and dis
tribute the property of the trusts a:
the will of the state that will not at
the same time enable the party In
power to confiscate and distribute the
nronrtv of everv little firm of two
men or more.
Trusts have their failings, some
srrievous ones. But there Is one thing
of which they are wrongfully accused
and that is the design to impoverish
and degrade the neor.Ie. Trusts ara
formed and exist to make money. They
cannot make money out of the desti
tute. They are oppressive, they take
more than their share, they should be
and can be. regulated and curbed, bu
they should not be destroyed, especial
lv not bv socialists, for in their work
of organization and concentration o
power and reduction ot waste they are
laying the true foundation of social
It will be well for the people to own
and conduct these 'great organization
when the people are able to conduct
them. But the people will not be able o
conduct them without doing more harm
to each other than the trusts do now
until they are educated mentally and
morally up to the point of carrying
them on for the benefit of all and the
detriment of none.
If socialists would present their
doctrine as a religion, if they would
strive to educate the people up to It.
and patiently wait for them to learn
the great lesson that in helping one
another men most truly help them themselves,
selves, themselves, they would make solid pro progress.
gress. progress. Instead, they have adopted the
time-defiled program of the unscrupul unscrupulous
ous unscrupulous politician, who never fails to sac sacrifice
rifice sacrifice principle to expediency a pro program
gram program which their own more thought thoughtful
ful thoughtful and educated members confess
would, if successful, bring widespread
disaster and reaction. This program is
by "The Comman
Cause" in the following terse para paragraphs:
graphs: paragraphs: Some Definitions of Socialism
1. A sentimental, beneficient theory,
which has but one objection, and that
Is, it will not work.
2. A plan by which the inefficient,
irresponsible, ineffective, unemploya unemployable
ble unemployable and unworthy will thrive without
industry, persistence or economy.
3. An earnest effort to get Nature
to change the rules for the benefit of
those who are tired of the Game.
4. A social and economic scheme of
government by which men shall loiter
rather than labor.
5. A survival of the unfit.
6. A device for swimming without
going near the H-2 O.
7. Participation in profits without
responsibility as to deficits.
8. An arrangement for destroying
initiative, invention, creation and orig originality.
inality. originality. 9. Resolutions passed by a commit committee
tee committee as a substitute for work.
OXLY WHAT MIGHT
HAVE BEEX EXPECTED
Coupled with the report yesterday
that Colonel Ttoosevelt had been shot
was the allegation that the would-be
assassin was a socialist.
It doesn't appear that any party or
sect is responsible for the act. It
seems to have been committed by a
lunatic driven into it by his own crazy
Still It Isn't to be wondered tha
people Jump to such conclusions. The
socialist literature of today Is made up
of stuff that Is exceedingly likely to
cause weakminded people to commit
such acts under the impression that
they are making martyrs of them themselves.
selves. themselves. The leading socialist paper; the Ap Appeal
peal Appeal to Reason, reeks with such read reading.
ing. reading. According to it, every man in
the democratic or republican parties Is
either a tyrant and a grafter or a fool.
It does not come out and say so, but
It hints that anything done to a man
high in position, whether of politics
or business, would receive only his Just
deserts In anything that happens to
him. It either justifies or excuses ev every
ery every crime committed by mistaken men
in the name of labor. Sensible men
can afford to laugh at such stuff. But
to men who read nothing else, and who
are brooding under a sense of wrong,
some fancied and some real, it is
It is hard to tell what to do with
such stuff. Experience shows that It
does more harm than good to suppress
it. The world -vill have to bear with
it. with other evils, until men are too
wise to write it or to do things that
cause it to be written.
The following, published by the Ma Marion
rion Marion County Socialist Committee, is a
specimen of their argument, not intend intended
ed intended to be vicious, but full of suggestion
to people who do not know how to tke
"What have we got? Nothing. What
have they got? Everything. Now we
want it. Simple, isn't it? We de demand
mand demand all they've got. Why? Because
they have stolen it from us. We are
the disinherited of the earth and we
are getting Teady to take back what
belongs? to us. We have waked up to
the fact that the few have no right to
enjoy all the good things of life while
the many live In want and die In mis misery.
ery. misery. We have- discovered that we are
running a race in which they have a
hundred yards start; we have entered
a contest in which they have the upper
hand; we have been sitting around a
table on which the cards have been
stacked; we are playing a game for
which they have made the rules. They
told us in the beginning that there was
a chance for all. Now we know that
they lied. We have become wise to
the fact that we are the victims, the
suckers, the fallguys. in the greatest
bunco game ever invented. We put
all we had into it our health, our
hopes, our strength and power to la labor
bor labor but everything went merely- to
make them richer and stronger. The
result is that they are the owners of
verything that make. life worth liv
ing, we want it oacK. now are we
going to get it? Ask them for it?
They would hand us the laugh. Buy
t from them? It never belonged to
hem in the first place; no. we are go
ng to take it."
SQEAMISII AT THE WItOVO REASON
"What's the use of having such
large political contribution-?, anyway?"
asks the Ocala Banner. "One or two
good political newspapers of different
political shades of thought ought to
enable the honest and candid voter to
make up his mind for whom to vote.
There are a great many hanser-on
around political headquarter."
This is one of the most candid and
yet entirely appropriate remark.- made
in the present campaign. Some day
the voters of the country will decide
that it is a pretty idea for them to be
called upon to hand over a dollar or a
hundred thousand for the privilege of
endorsing somebody who is working
himself half to death to get an office
so that" he, the office-seeker, won't have
to work after he gets it. Times
This is a mighty fine principle, and
the Star hopes to see it earnestly ad
vocated at the beginning of the next
campaign. Considering the cireum
stances, however, it is rather queer
doctrine for a democratic paper to be
printing Just now. About the only
effect it can have, when printed in the
Banner or Times-Union will be to ex
cuse the an too numerous uemocrats
who are shy or stingy of contributing
to their campaign fund, and it is a safe
bet that neither of the above-named
papers would have spoken so if Un
derwood. Harmon or Clark was the
nominee instead of Wilson.
There is no proof that there is any
large number of hangers-on around the
democratic headquarters. It is easy
for any man who keeps up with cur
rent events to see that t lie men wno
are working hardest for Wilson are
leaders in the business and professiona
world who are neglecting their own
affairs to help elect the democratic
candidate. Campaign contributions so
far are modest, to say the least, far
less than a quarter of a million dollars
It is evident by the volume of cam
paign literature that comes into every
newspaper office that the bill fo
printing and postage alone will be ;
large one. This is an entirely hones
and legitimate campaign expense.
is argument, and it is very well pre
pared argument, at that. It is no
necessary in lonua or any othe
southern state, but in the north
where the people are undecided how t
vote, the campaign literature, espe
cially that regarding the cost of liv
Ing and the tariff, is of immense im
hile the south is safe to vote on
way, the south is more interested
democratic success than any other sec
tion. We are more interested in th
tariff, because the tariff has alway
been framed for the benefit of the
north and to the prejudice of the south.
We are interested in a democratic vic victory
tory victory because it will sweep away the
last vestiges of carpetbag rule, and
that alone is worth all we can do to
bring it to pass.
It Is very unjust as well as very bad
taste for the Times-Union to insinuate
that Wilson is working himself
half to death to obtain an office so
that he won't have to work after he
obtains it. Woodrow Wilson has never
had to work himself half to death to
obtain any position of trust and honor,
and if he is elected president lie will
have to work harder than he ever did
before. Such a sneer is one that even
a republican paper might be ashamed
of. We daresay the T.-TT. will say it
didn't mean any such thing, but it is
easy rather than otherwise to put such
a construction on it.
It is not surprising, however, to see
such remarks in either the Banner or
the Times-Union. Both fought Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's nomination much harder than
they have worked for democratic suc success
cess success since he was nominated, and
neither had any rebukes for Under Underwood's
wood's Underwood's managers when they were
spending thousands of dollars in the
state last spring.
Woodrow Wilson announces that he
will not deliver any more campaign
speeches until Mr. Roosevelt is well
enough to speak In publir again.
The treaty of peace between Italy
and Turkey was signed at Ouchy,
Switzerland, Tuesday afternoon.
In Tuesday's primary, James G.
Woodward was again nominated for
mayor of Atlanta.
Senator Fletcher of Florida was or orator
ator orator of the day at the meeting of the
Mississippi to Atlantic Waterways As Association
sociation Association in Thomasville, Ga., Tuesday.
A romance of about four years cul culminated
minated culminated here Tuesday afternoon at 5
o'clock, when Mr. J. Leon Stuckey, as assistant
sistant assistant paymaster of the United States
navy, Washington, D. C, claimed Miss
Ethel Fletcher Wimberly as his bride.
The ceremony was performed at the
residence of County Judge H. G. Ma Mason,
son, Mason, the genial judge, who has known
the bride since her childhood days, of officiating.
ficiating. officiating. It was originally intended to have
the wedding occur later, but as Mr.
Stuckey has been granted a month's
vacation, and since he was in Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, it required but a brief time to de decide
cide decide that now was the choice of all
periods to have the ceremony perform performed.
ed. performed. The bride is the youngest daughter
of Mrs. L. R. Wimberly and is one of
Gainesville's sweetest young ladies.
Vivacious, charming and cultured, she
Is esteemed and admired by a large
number of friends, all of whom will
wish her happiness in her married life.
Mr. Stuckey has been in the employ
of the navy department for quite a
while and is an excellent young man.
He is a son of A. P. Stuckey of cala.
one of Florida's most widely known
The happy young couple are now at
the home of the bride's mother, and
will probably remain there two or
three weeks. Gainesville Sun.
DR. W. K L A "YE
Speclallftt Eye, Ear, Noe and Throat
Office, Law Library Bldg. Ocala. Ad.
WE WILL MAIL YOU $1
for each set of old False Teeth sent u
Highest prices paid for old Gold. Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old Watches. Broken Jewelrv and
Precious stones. Money sent bv return
Phlla. Smelting ReFlnlng Company
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
MKl Chetttnut St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
We will buy your Gold Fillings.
Gold Scrap and platinum. Highest
prices paid. Ad.
OPEX DAY ATO MGRT
Merchants' Cafe. A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
KeI Six Won tbe Final Game In th
World- Sfrifn thin Afternoon
The tie game of the series was play-
d in Boston today. Mathewson pitch
ed and Myers causrht for New York.
Hedient and Cady did the same work
or Boston. It took ten innings to de
cide the game, and the score footed up
as follows: RMP
New York 2 9 2
Boston 3 85
CLAUDE II S TO DE CAREFUL
The many friends of Claude L'Engle
will be rejoiced to learn that he is re
covering from his recent severe illness
ir.d will soon be himself again. While
his "getting well" process is going on,
Claude's physician has forb.dden him
to enter into the eamrtaisrn beine-
waged in the name of democracy by
the democratic candidates of this state,
hence the candidate for congressman
from the state at larsre has had to call
on his friends to fill his dates for him
at the various appointments whir-h
have been arranged by the democratic
campaign committee Plant Citv Cour
IIOI GUT A HOME IX OCALA
Mr. W. L. Hodges was in town yes
terday and today from Oxford. Mr.
Hodges has bought the Whaley resi
dence at No. S.l West Exposition street.
from Mr. F. W. Ditto, and will move to
Ocala from Oxford Nov. 13. Mr. Hodges
was formerly a resident of Otala. hut
has been at Oxford for the past five
years. He will take his old position
azain with the Ocala Manufacturing
WANTED Water tank, galvanized or
wood, in good order: 400 or 500 gal gallons.
lons. gallons. Address, p. O. Box 157, Ocala.
LOST AND FOUND
STRAYED Large black and brown
Collie dog. Answers to name of Duke.
Finder will he rewarded by notifying
Joseph Bell. 10-15-3td
STRAYED From Ocala during the
parade of Ringling Bros', show, a bay
mare, split in left ear. Both hind feet
white and a bit lame" in left hip. Blaz Blazed
ed Blazed face. When last seen had on halter.
Notify C. T. Dorroh. Ocala, Fla.
Fair except local rains extreme
northwest portion tonight or Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. FOR SALE
FOR SALE One 4-passenger Cad Cadillac
illac Cadillac automobile, torpedo model, in
fine running order, with all new tires.
The best bargain of the season for
$800 cash. Address, Cadillac, Ocala
TIANO FOR SALE Good instru instrument
ment instrument at a bargain. Apply to E. P
FOR SALE A perfectly reliable
family horse, surrey and single buggy.
L. F. Blalock.
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, my
Regal automobile. In perfect condition.
A. M. Lansford. 10-12-tf
FOR SALE At a bargain, pair large
mules about 10 year? old, in good con condition,
dition, condition, suitable for heavy hauling. Can
be seen at Dunn's Veterinary Hospital,
FOR Kit NT
FOR RENT A
Apply to Mrs. R,
Store for rent, corner ot For.t King
avenue and Magnolia street. Apply to
FOR RENT A fiverroom house with
all modern convennpnees. Apply to
Mrs. H. C. Livingston. 123 S. 5th St.
FOR SALE My little pony, "buggjf
and harness complete; very cheap for
cash. Apply at restaurant. Will Lee.
Don't forget that Norri3 candy will
win you a home or end a scrap. It Is
always fresh at Court Pharmacy. Ad.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. V. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
OCALA LODGE NO 2S6, n. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
LEST YOU FORGET
Ladies' and Misses' Coat Suits, Long
Coats and Sweater Coats, at H. B.
Masters Co. 0-9-dtf
We have the new crop of garden and
field seeds for fall and winter planting.
Among them are turnips, rutabagas,
onions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc
The seed are the most reliable, the
freshest and best that can be had. Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Company. Ad.
Strayed from my reldenrr, Saturday
afternoon, October 12tb, two hound-;
one black, medium Nixed, angnrrm to
name of Drum; tbe other "white with
lemon colored wpoti, ant-went to tbe
name of Hitch flail. Rranonable reward
will be paid for their return. Ad.
E. P. REXTZ.
OLL1E MORDIS MARKET OPEX
The market formerly known as the
Ollie Mordis is now open. Will keep on
band a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS,
Dealer in Fancy Groceries, N. Magnolia.
l SPIf lOl S TIME TO
PAINT VOIR AUTO
This is the season when you should
have your automobile painted. The
work we turn out looks just as good as
new and the enamel is as permanent
and holds Its brilliancy just as well as
a fatcory finish. We are row turning
out several handsome pieces of work
and it would pay you to call at the
shop and look them over. Our up upholstering
holstering upholstering and covering department
can do any work that may be needed
on cushions, top3 or curtains, from re repairs
pairs repairs to an entire new Job. Figure
with us before having the word done.
The Ocala Wagon Works.
Ad. W. F. McAt-ter, Proprietor.
Demwrratlr Ticket In All Right aa Far
mm Marion Is Concerned
The board of county commissioners
in and for Marion county, Florida, met
in the city of Ocala in regular session
on Tuesday, October 15th, 1912. pur pursuant
suant pursuant to adjournment on October 9th,
1S12. Present, Hon. W. J. Crosby,
chairman, M. M. Proctor and S. W.
Petteway, commissioners. Absent, C.
Carmidhael and W. T. Henderson, com commissioners.
missioners. commissioners. Certificates of the secretary of state.
II. Clay Crawford, as to democratic
nominees for state and federal offices,
to be voted on In the general election
in November, 1912, received and filed.
The certificate of the secretary of
state, H. Clay Crawford of the nomi nominees
nees nominees for state and federal offices for
the progressive party, to be voted on
in the November. 1912. election, re received
ceived received and filed.
The certificate of the secretary of
state. H. Clay Crawford, as to repub republican
lican republican nominees for state and federal
offices, to be voted on In the general
election in November. 1912. received
The certificate of the secretary of
state, H. Clay Crawford of the nomi
nees for state and federal offices for
the socialist party, to be voted on in
the November, 1912, election, received
The certificate of the secretary of
state, H. Clay Crawford of the noml
nees for state and federal offices for
the prohibition party, to be voted on in
the November. 1912, election, received
The petition signed, as required by
law, by the electors in and for Marion
county, requesting the names for state
and federal offices to be placed on the
official ballot, as the nominees of the
democratic party in the following
words and figures, to-wit:
"We. the undersisned. --ualified elec electors
tors electors of the state of Florida do hereby
request Jefferson B. Browne, J. Fred
DeBerry, Charles E. Jones, W. Chlpley
Jones, Leland J. Henderson and H. C.
Sparkman to be candidates for electors
of the president and vice president of
the United States; Claude L'Engle for
member of the House of Representa Representatives
tives Representatives of the Congress of the United
States for the state of Florida at large:
S. M. Sparkman for member of the
House of Representatives of the Con Congress
gress Congress of the United States for the first
congressional district of the state of
Florida; Frank Clark for member of
the House of Representatives of the
Congress of the United States for the
second congressional district of the
state of Florida: Emmett Wilson for
member of the House of Representa Representatives
tives Representatives of the Congress of the United
States for the third congressional dis district
trict district of the state of Florida; Park
Trammell for governor of the state of
Florida; J. B. Whitfield for justice of
the supreme court of the state of Flor Florida;
ida; Florida; H. Clay Crawford for secretary of
state of the state! of Florida; Thomas
F. West for attorney general of the
state of Florida; W. V. Knott for
comptroller of the, state of Florida: J.
C. Luning for treasurer of the state f
Florida: W. N. Sheats for superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of public.instruction of the state
of Florida: W. A. McRae for commis commissioner
sioner commissioner of agriculture of the state of
Florida; R. C. Dunn for member of the
railroad commission of the state or
Florida; each of whom Is a qualified
elector of the state of Florida; all of
which offices are to be filled at the
general election to be held on the fifth
day of November, A. D. 1912.
"And we further petition the board
of county commissioners of Marion
county, Florida, to have the names of
said electors with the name of the re respective
spective respective offices printed on the ballots
to be used at said election." (Signed
by 931) was received and filed.
The-' petition signed by the requisite
number of qualified electors was pre presented,
sented, presented, for the names of various per persons
sons persons to btllicrd upon the ballot to be
voted' upon at the November election,
1912. to fill the offices In and for Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, in words and
i'October 15, 1912."
"We, the undersigned qualified elec electors
tors electors of Marion county, Florida, do
hereby petition L. S. Light and Edwin
Spencer, Jr., to be candidates for mem members
bers members of the House of Representatives;
John P. Galloway to be a candidate for
sheriff of Marion county; P. H. Nugent
to be candidate for clerk of the circuit
court: Alfred Ayer to be candidate for
tax assessor; W. L. Colbert to be can candidate
didate candidate for tax collector; J. H. Brlnson
to be candidate for county superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of public instruction; W. E.
Smith to be candidate for county judge;
W. A. Moorhead to be candidate for
county surveyor; John M. Graham to
be candidate for county treasurer; C.
Carmichael to be candidate for county
commissioner in district No. 1; D. G.
Watkins to be candidate for county
commissioner for district No. 2; Nathan
Ma-o to be candidate for county com commissioner
missioner commissioner district No. 3; W. T. Hender Henderson
son Henderson to be candidate for county com commissioner
missioner commissioner for district No. 4; W. Luff Luff-man
man Luff-man to be candidate for county com commissioner
missioner commissioner for district No. 5; W. D.
Cam to be candidate for member of
school board, district No. 1; B. R.
Blltch to be candidate for member of
school board district No. 2; J. S. Gran Grantham
tham Grantham to be candidate for member of
school board district No. 3; J. W.
Lyles to be candidate for Justice of the
peace district No. 1; Z. A. McClaran to
be candidate for Justice of the peace
district No. 2; W. H. Anderson to be
candidate for justice of the peace dis district
trict district No. 3; C. R. Veal to be candidate
for Justice of the peace district No. 4;
H. W. Douglas to be candidate for
justice of the peace district No. 7; T.
L. Johnson to be candidate for justice
of the peace district No. 8; W. E. Mc Mc-Gahagin
Gahagin Mc-Gahagin to be candidate for justice of
the peace district No. 9; H. B. Griggs
to be candidate for justice of the peace
district No. 13: C. L. Windeman to be
candidate for justice of the peace dis district
trict district No. 14; A. J. Ellis to be candi candidate
date candidate for justice of the peace district
No. 16: J. R. Wilder to be candidate
w "If? J
i - X -U 1 t
for justice of the peace district No. 18:
Alexander Wynne to be candidate for
justice of the peace district No. 19;
Joseph Akin to be candidate for Jus Justice
tice Justice of the peace district No. 20; L. L.
Hopkins to be candidate for justice of
the peace district No. 21; J. O. Turnip Turnip-seed
seed Turnip-seed to be candidate for Justice of the
peace district No. 22; J. H. Barksdale
to be candidate for justice of the peace
district No. 24: T. K. Slaughter to be
candidate for justice of the peace dis district
trict district No. 28; Z. Graham to be candidate
for Justice of the peace district No.
29; P. A. Ausley to be candidate for
justice of the peace district No. 30; M.
L Payne to be candidate for justice of
the peace district No. 31; J. F. Eruton
to be candidate for Justice of the peace
district No. 32: Charles W. Smith to be
candidate for constable district No. 1;
W. F. Pulliam to be candidate for con constable
stable constable district No. 2; R, E. Mathews to
be candidate for constable district No.
3: H. R. Roddenberry to be candidate
for constable district No. 4; M. J. Mor Morrison
rison Morrison to be candidate for constable
district No. 7; E. L. Blackman to be
candidate for constable district No. 8;
J. IT. Scott to be candidate for consta-
"Deceitful Red Herring"
Governor Woodrow Wilson's
Cut Out Privilege"
These three subjects are dealt with at length,
over the signatures of the above named three dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished citizens. : : : : :
To be found in The Saturday Evening Post
Which will be on Sale at
BALLARD'S NEWS STAND
THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1912
ST. JOSEPH'S ACMMEMY
LORETTO (Near Mardarin) FLORIDA
Boarding School 'for Boys, Conducted by "he Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from Eight to Fourteen Years Received, and Carefully Trained on
Physical, Intelectual, floral and Social Lines. Healthy Location. Mag Magnificent
nificent Magnificent Swimming Pool. Complete Equipment in Schoolrooms. Dorm-
nut iTOf asauiu tiuu auu ibti taiiuu
Apply for Prospectus to the Sister Superior
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY. LORETTO, FLORIDA.
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ble district No." 8; Ho-jeaSeffi&rs-to" be
candidate for constable district No. 10;
W. A. Stevens to be candidate for con constable
stable constable district No. 13; J. L. Perry to be
candidate for constable district No. 16;
E. J. Leitner to be candidate for con constable
stable constable district No. 17: C. i-: Waterman
to be candidate for constable district
No. 19; J. L. Whisonant to be candi candidate
date candidate for constable district No. 21; W.
B. Cannon to be candidate for constable
district No. 22; C. L. Dean to be candi candidate
date candidate for constable district No. 24; W.
U. Shaw to be candidate for constable
district. No. 28; W. V. Cbappel to be
candidate for constat' district No. 29;
L. A. Tucker to be candidate for constable-
district Noi.Yn0: D. ;R. Mathews
to be candidate foy constable district
No. 31. Each of yoil gentlemen, hereby
petitioned to becorpe candidates In the
November 3th, 1912. election. being
qualified electors of Marion county,
Florida, and the offices for which you
are hereby petitioned to become candi candidates
dates candidates being such as are to be filled at
the said election, November ."th, 1912.
And we further petition the honorable
board of county cojnmlssioners of Mar Mar-rion
rion Mar-rion county, Florid, to have the names
of the said electors who are hereby pe petitioned
titioned petitioned to become candidates, with the
name of the respective offices for which
each is requested to be a candidate,
printed on the ballots to be used at
said election November ."th, 1912."
(Signed by 45) was received and filed.
A certificate of the chairman and
secretary of the democratic executive
committee of Marion county, Florida,
certifying the nominees for all offices
in and for Marion county, Florida, as
nominated in the democratic primaries
in April and May, 1012, was received
A certificate from Charles H. Bon, as
chairman and Charles F. Schneider as
secretary of the socialist party in and
for Marlon county, Florida, certifying
the nomination in convention and mass
meeting, the names of the nominees of
the socialist party, to be voted on in
the November election, 1912, for offices
in and for the county of Marion, re received
ceived received and filed.
A petition of the registered voters of
precinct No. 21, requesting Wm. F. Ab
shire to be justice of the peace for pre precinct
cinct precinct No. 21, and It. II. Nichols as con constable
stable constable for precinct No. 21 and Adam
Hoffner as county commissioner for the
third commissioner's district, to be
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A certificate from P. G. Wall, chair chairman
man chairman and E. L. Sparkman, secretary of
the democratic congressional executive
committee for the first district of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, duly sworn as to the nomination
in the democratic primaries of Stephen
M. Sparkman as candidate for Con Congress
gress Congress for .said district, received and
A paper purporting to be an objec objection
tion objection to the printing on the ballot the
names of the various persons for the
state,' federal and county offices of the
democratic party signed by H. I An Anderson
derson Anderson Individually and as attorney for
the candidates for the progressive
party of the state of Florida, received
S. W. Petteway, commissioner, offer offered
ed offered tile following resolution:
Whereas, certificate of the namei of
and whereas petitions to this board In
the names of candidates to be placed
upon the official ballot to be voted In
the November election, IsfTT nd
whereas, the law In all "canes neemlne neemlne-ly
ly neemlne-ly has been complied with, therefore
be It resolved by the board of county
commissioners In and for Marlon coun county,
ty, county, Florida, that the names of the can candidates
didates candidates so certified and petition of the
nominees of the republican party and
the nominees of the prohibition party
and the nominees of the progressive
party and the nominees of the social socialist
ist socialist party and the nominees of the dem democratic
ocratic democratic party for all state, federal and
county offices be printed upon the of official
ficial official ballot to be used In the general
election to he held November 5th, 1812.
Which resolution was unanimously
immi:m: fire at ellextox
IllRKmt lleflnlnn; Plant f Fuller'
Earth In the Country Ilurned
Ellenton. Fla., Oct. 15. The plant of
the Atlantic Refining Company, said to
be the largest refinery of Fullers'
earth in the country, was totally de destroyed
stroyed destroyed by fire about 11 o'clock laat
night. The two buildings the im immense
mense immense drying shed and the machine
shops were burned to the ground,
throwing the employees out of work
until the plant can be rebuilt. The
loss Is estimated at $100,000. The
plant and mines are owned by the
Standard Oil Company, and that com company
pany company carried the Insurance. Tampa
to UN FOR SLE
I have for sale 100 bushels of good
white corn In the shuck at 75c. per
bushel, at my place at Oxford, Fla. W.
L Hodges. Ad. 10-18-2tw
R. L. Martin, room 9 Merchant's
block, will sell now a few choice lots
fronting on lake, close to Lake Weir
station, at bargain prices. If you ever
expect to own a lot on Lake Weir pur purchase
chase purchase should be made now, as. these
lots, within two years, will be worth
five times the price at which they are
WANTED Situation by man and
wife; no family; to take charge of
home or farm. Apply, T. W., Sum Summerfleld,
merfleld, Summerfleld, Fla. 10-8-dw lw
SCHOOL HOOKS AT MARTlPS
The Ocala News Co., O. W. Martin,
proprietor, has a large supply of coun county
ty county school books on hand. Ad.
r. n. voxen again ix
THE PLt MUIG RI SIM:it
R. E. Yohge & Co. are again In the
plumbing business at No. 45 Osceola
street, and Mr. Walter S. C. Yon go has
gone out of the business. All plumbing;
Jobs and contracts, whether large or
small, will be carefully looked after.
Phone 26. Respectfully,
Ad. IL E. Yonge & Co.
OCALA EVEXIXG STAR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 101
i feltracte from a Mary
"I Will Try His Plan"
I've been thinking of tne talk you had with one of your customers
about saving his money. I have resolved to give it a trial when I next
get my pay.
This hand-to-mouth existence is too much of p. risk for me to carry.
If I should be taken sick or accidentally hurt and laid off, I should not
only run into debt but be an expense and burden to my friends.
I believe I can save several dollars every month. Now, to figure
just what are my living expenses. : a
THE WAY TO SAVE HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH
jyLl Iiavc lust received my
-l5riistc:arioad of Slock for
MM this Season. This car con con-SSraiained
SSraiained con-SSraiained some Fxceplionally
tine Horses ana Mines
Selected in Pdson, n the
Atlanta Market, by Mr.
lou pkins. tall at the
Bars and look te Drove
over, white the Seleclitn is
large, and Pick Out what
you IVe d. The Animals
;re Guaranteed and Ihe
ill 1 UK
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
President Harahan of the Seaboard
Air Line will be here tomorrow mom-
ng In his private car. He will proba
bly not stop in the city, but any who
wish to meet him mar do so by bein?
at the passenger station at 7:30 a. m.
Albert Anson Graham of Grahamvllle
was in town yesterday.
Editor Graham of the Sumter County
Times was in town yesterday.
Phone 284 for quick prescription ser service.
vice. service. Ad.
Mr. A. R. Griffin of Anthony was
among the circus visitors yesterday.
Seed oats and rye for fall planting
at the Ocala Seed Store. Ad.
Mr. John Juhan of Crystal River was
in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mr3. G. S. Scott left on the
early train this morning for New York.
A new line of toilet requisites just
In. Gerlg's Postofflce Drugstores. Ad.
At the meeting of Tulula Lodge last
night, Mr. Alonzo Bates took the In Initiatory
itiatory Initiatory degree in Odd Fellowship.
Your vacation is not complete with without
out without a kodak. Gerig's Postofflce Drug Drugstores,
stores, Drugstores, agents. Ad.
Mr. and Mrs. Ti. E. Raysor and Miss
Irene Swilley of Lowell, who attended
the circus, left for home today.
Mr. H. A. Kramer has been quite
sick for the past ten days at his
rooms In the J. D. Robertson building.
PKICES and TE32&1S are RiGIiT.
TORS P KINS & OOBB
Phone 117. OCALA, FLORIDA
Please remember that you can ob obtain
tain obtain everything you need in the toilet
line at the Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Preserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having It framed
at the Ocala News Co. Ad.
Violet Dulce Talcum, as soothing
and comforting as an ocean breeze, at
Gerig's Posto'lce Drugstores. Ad.
y Mr. L T. Hlckson of Mcintosh. whdl
A was in town to see, the circus, gave Mr.
a Gary $1 for the democratic campaign
For quick signs painted while you
wait, see the Dodge Sign and Decorat Decorating
ing Decorating Co. Leave orders same old
TOMPKINS A COBB
The old sign stays on the building
and the old firm is again in existence.
In the live stock and livery business
n Ocala there has certainly been some
rading done of late, and the way they
have been doing things reminds one of
Flanagan's report of the ditched train
to his division superintendent: "Off
agin, on agin, gone agin. Flanagan."
To start with. Messrs. Tompkins &
Cobb dissolved partnership with mu-
ual regrets. Mr. Tompkins made Mr.
Cobb a proposition to sell out to him
or buy his interest and Mr. Cobb ac accepted
cepted accepted the last mentioned promptly,
and they had traded before either of
hem realized It and. privately, we be-
ieve they both regretted it ever since.
but they are both too old in the horse
rading business to ever acknowledge
t. Mr. Cobb, shortly afterwards.
bought an interest with Mr. Hugh
Nichols and they traded around and
dissolved with the best of good feei
ng existing between them.
Then it did not take Messrs. Tomp
kins and Cobb long to make another
rade. and become partners again, be
fore the old firm's sign had been chang
ed or the poor printers could get new
stationery printed. Some people can't
get along well together, but this Is the
other way around and these two gen
ial and well matched gentlemen Just
simply could not get along apart, and
were bound to hitch up in team again.
They are going to make some Im
provements, settle down to stay In bus-
ness together, improve the big busi
ness in many ways, administer a whole
lot of ginger into it and Mr. Tompkins
will make regular trips to the horse
and mule markets at close intervals
and keep on hand at all times a big
drove of the very best horses and
mules, and are going to do in a better
way than ever their full part towards
making Ocala the best live stock mar market
ket market in the state, a reputation which it
has hppn' lustlv parnlne- fnr aevaml
s D) mi dp miaiisu
1T0VES and RANGES
Economist Cook Stoves and Ranges,
All sizes and Styles. Carload Shipment
just Received last Week. See our dis display
play display at the store. Ask to see "Bridge "Bridge-lord
lord "Bridge-lord Best," the Range with the Oven
that Pulls Out, "the Marvel ot the twen
Mr. J. C. Beasley, who has sold out
his business interests at Martel, left
today for Glenville. Ga., where he will
enter the mercantile busin.ss.
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Postofflce Drugstores.
Col. Nic Darco of Crystal River and
his granddaughter, a very pretty
young lady from North Carolina, were
at the Ocala House his morning.
Mr. Fred Turner, of Sanford, a son
of the oldest merchant of that place.
was a business visitor in Ocala yes
terday and today.
Mr. R. L Park has received news
that his sister. Miss Willie Park, a
missionary to Japan, who was reported
dead, is alive and well.
Mr. J. W. Stevens, an old citizen of
Fort McCoy, and his eldest son, Mr. J
K. Stevens of Crystal River, were at
the circus yesterday.
The Misses Willis and Master John
Willis Fox, who came up from Crystal
River, to see the circus, were the
guests of Mrs. W. W. Clyatt.
Mr. J. J. Gerig returned this after'
fnoon from his ti thru the west. H
leu nis wire ana yuttie aaugnter wit!
their relatives inr Indiana, where the4
will remain till cold weather.
Mmrloi Hardware Co,
We have One of the Prettiest Line of Beds
in the State, Without Excepting any Firm.
We carry over fifty differ different
ent different styles, and nearly as
many different prices.
There are handsome white
enameled, with little or no
brass trimmings, then there
are solid brass beds, the
kind that do not tarnish, and there are pretty dark
green and blue ones, and many other colors and
shades and all of the different shapes and trimmings.
: We will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
Little Miss Rose Wolf is the happy
recipient of a beautiful Steinway piano
done in ebony. It Is- a present from
her father. Mr. William Wolf, pur
chased from Mr. A. M. Lansford.
Miss Vic Raysor has returned to the
city from Lowell and is again at the
home of Mrs." T. H. Wallis on South
Second street. Miss Vic's friends will
be glad to hear that she Is much better.
Mr. John F. Thompson returned last
night from Live Oak, where he attend
ed the funeral of his sister. Miss
Blanche Thompson. The little girl was
about 12 years old. a bright and lova lovable
ble lovable child, and her untimely death
brings deep grief to her relatives.
When you are sick and need a physl
clan, remember that anything he or
ders will be sure to be compounded In
the right way at the Court Pharmacy,
One of the things that a Star reporter
noticed at the show grounds yesterday
while the cars were being unloaded
and the wagons hauled to their differ
ent places, was the fact that whips
were not used at all on the horses and
that they were treated with the great
est kindness. Another fact that was
very noticeable was the scarceness of
profane language among the show peo
pie. This was very unusual as the at
mosphere Is usually blue with oaths
around such plac.s.
Arkansas Chut & Fever Tonic, 2
and 50 cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Best for colds and lagrippe
Tydlngs & Co. Ad.
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Postofflce Drugstores
WILL BE HERE TOMORROW
LEST YOU FORGET
THE VOTING LIST
The county commissioners are busy
today revising the registration books
and striking the names of those who
have died or remove. The list will be
published this week.
TONIGHT IS LAUGH NIGHT
AT THE AIR DOME
The big features at the Afr Dome
tonight are the comics. Two of the
three reels are comics far above the
average for good clean fun. There Is
another picture that is well worth
featuring and it is a drama, a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful story being reproduced. Silk um umbrella
brella umbrella given away Friday night. All
the tickets given this week are good
as chances. Ad.
FROM SILVER SPRINGS
Sunday morning and afternoon next,
excursions will be run down to or be below
low below Connor on both of the handsome
big power boats, the City of Ocala and
the Wekiwa. The first schedule will
leave the springs at 8 o'clock and the
next one at 1 o'clock in the afternoon.
Passengers can go on either boat and
a speed contest will be indulged in be between
tween between the two big boats on the way
down and back. Ad. 10-12-4tdltw
SHERIFF'S OFFICE WAS RUSY
The sheriff's office was busy yester yesterday
day yesterday and took up a number of petty
offenders, who were given trials today.
Among them were James Reed and
Walter Johnson, for picking the pocket
of Mr. Sparkman at the show grounds;
Alex Cogswell, drunk and disorderly;
Albert Robinson and another negro
chauffeur for reckless driving of auto automobiles;
mobiles; automobiles; Sam Goldman for being drunk
The advertisement of the O. K. Groc Grocery
ery Grocery In this issue will prove interesting
reading. The entire list is composed of
imported articles, and is certainly a
fine one. The O. K. Teapot's winter
and holiday line of delicacies for the
table this season is the best this pop
ular store has ever carried, which Is aj
THE FASHION'S RIG SALE
Ladies' and Misses' Coat Suits, Long
Coats and Sweater Coats, at II. B.
Masters Co. 0-9-dtf
Second-hand furniture bought and
sold for cash or Installment. Success
Furniture Co., 59 South Main street,
between city market and steam laun laundry,
dry, laundry, Ocala, Fla. (Ad.)
Yesterday, show day, Nathan Gold
man had the opening day of his big
sale at his store, the Fashion. His en
tire stock was placed on sale at cut
prices and all day a throng of eager
shoppers visited the store and sought
the bargains. The public was much
pleased with the sale and the low
prices and many of the goods were
disposed of. The sale will continue for
ten days longer.
Mr. Geo. D. Leonard of Hastings i(nd
Miss Lillian Brinson of St. Petersburg,
were married Monday afternoon In the
Methodist church at St. Petersburg.
Mrs. G. G. Maynard, an aunt of, Mr.
Leonard, who Is spending some time
with Mr. Maynard at Rock Springs,
came up to Ocala Monday night to
meet the bridal couple who passed
through here yesterday en route to
Hastings, where they will reside. Mrs.
Maynard returned to Rock Springs to
Touch up that torpid liver with
Dike's Little Liver Pills.. They give
new life. Sold at Court Pharmacy. Ad.
The Wednesday Morning Musicale
met promptly at 10 o'clock this morn-
ng with a large number of members
present, several new ones among them.
The program consisted of the reading
f three articles of current interest In
the musical world:
Higher Music of the Negro.
The Futurists in Music.
The Liberation of Parsifal.
Mrs. Van Hood read a most compre compre-ensive
ensive compre-ensive and interesting paper on Am
erican song writers, which very de
lightfully occupied the rest of the
hour. The chorus practice will begin
What Are You Paying?
Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanila
Extract, two 10c bottles for. .15c
Regular 25c. size for 20c
Large Tail Snowdrift $1.25
Medium Pail Snowdrift 50c
Wesson Snowdrift Oil 30c
Rlue lien Matches per pkg 15c
G Cakes Ex post Rorax Soap. . .25c
Raker's or Hurler's Chocolate
per pound 35c
Mr. H. J. Nichols and Mr. Arthur
Cobb, who formed a partnership about
a week ago, dissolved partnership on
Monday and Mr. Nichols bought out
Mr. Cobb and became again the sole
owner of the business. Mr. Nichols
has handled three loads of hordes and
mules as early as the season is. and Is
now off at the markets buying two
more loads. He has been in business
n Ocala for several years, is well
known all over this territory and Is
doing a big business.
The next game of football the Ocala
High School team will play will prob
ably be with the Sanford High School
In Ocala next Friday afternoon. The
Ocala boys are putting in every aft
ernoon at practice and they feel con
fident no other team will win as ensily
as the scrubs did last Saturday.
A large crowd of country people
went home this morning on the. early
trains after spending yesterday in
Ocala. seeing the circus and doing some
Terkeween Oil. the great nerve and
bone liniment; will not blister. For
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains In the
back or sides and all other aches. 25
cents per bottle at Tydings & Co. Ad.
McIVER & McRAY
THE FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE
Yj perhaps noticed that disorders of the
X' stomach are their most common ail ail-X
X ail-X ment. To correct this you will find
y Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab Tab-lets
lets Tab-lets excellent. They are easv and
pleasant to take, and mild and gentle
in effect. Sold by all dealers. (Adv.)
If you have young children you have
FOLEYS IftDNEYPHLS FOIEY'S OMOLAYATIvr
Tea 3achachc KiOMrvsM BjkDo
ruK &.L.fc, cneap ror cash, my
Regal automobile. In perfect condition
A. M. Lansford. 10-12-tf
Here is a woman who speaks from
persona) knowledge and long exper
ience, viz:., Mrs. P. H. Brogan, of WI1
son. Pa., who says, I know from ex experience
perience experience that Chamberlains Cough
Remedy is far superior to any other.
For croup there Is nothing that excels
IL" Fox sale by all dealers. (Adv.)
3 Cans Van Camp's Reans ....
Van Camp's Red Kidney Reans
per can 10c
3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy. . ,25c
Xo. 3 size Florida Tomatoes. . .10c
Xo. 2 size Florida Tomatoes 3.
. .for 25c
Favorite Corn 3 cans for 2oc
Cracker Roy Coffee, per pound. .30c
3 Pkgs. Jello and I. C. Powder. .25c
3 Pkgs. Lipton's Jelly Tablets. .25c
3 Pkgs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes. .23
3 Cans 5c. Gold Evaporated Milk 10c
3 Cans Rnteh Cleanser :23c
15 ft Pounds Sugar $.1.00
l"4 Pounds Whole Rice $.100
Old Country Rlend Tea, per lb. .50c
5 Gallons Oil 60c
Rulk Oatmeal per pound 5c
Cream of Wheat per package. .15c
6 Cans Karo Syrup
Ifeinz Vinecar. per eallon 35c
IHUi Potatoes. ier peck 30c
12-lb. Sack Occident Flour 55c
12-lb. Sk Pilsbury Flour 50c
24-lb. Sack Pilsbury Flour. . .$1.00
Half Rarrel Pilsbury Flour
12 lbs. Henry Clay Flour
24 lbs. Henry Clay Flour .
48 lbs. Henry Clay Flour
90 lbs. Henry Clay Flour .
Half-barrel Henry Clay Flour $3.85
One Rarrel Henry Clay Flour $7.15
12 lhs. Rob White Flour 45c
ix llvs. Rnh White Flour 85c
90 lbs. Rob White Flour $3.35
Half-barrel Rob White Flour. .$3.50
One Rarrel Rob White Flour. .$6.50
WEDNESDAY MOHMXO MUSICALE
XICIIOLS AXD conn DISSOLVE
XEXT (SAME WITH SANFORD
MR. NICHOLS OFF TO MARKET
Mr. II. J. Xichols left Tuesday aft
ernoon for the Atlanta horse and mule
market, the greatest live stock market
and center in the south, where he will
buy a mixed carload of horses and
mules and another solid carload of
mules. This big lot of stock will come
to Mr. Nichols lot and sales barns on
West Exposition street. Ocala. Xotice
his advertisement in this Issue.
EXTRA GOOD Sl'NDW EXCURSION
Something new and exciting is
promised by the Silver Springs Com Company
pany Company next Sunday. October 20. The
big pleasure yachts. City of Ocala and
the Wekiwa, about the same size and
horsepower, will make two round trips
as far down as Connor, leaving the
springs K 8 and 1 p. m Passengers
can go on either boat. A contest of
speed will take place between the two
boats, and a spirited and most interest
ing trip Is promised. These Sunday
excursions are very popular and this
one promises to be largely patronized.
COUNCIL MEETS TONIGHT
The city council was adjourned last
night for lack of a quorum till tonight
at 7:30 when a full attendance Is
urged as there Is a good deal of im
portant business that needs attention.
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yesterday:
Tartly cloudy, east wind.
Minimum temperature. 73 degrees.
Maximum. 86 degrees.
Average, 77 degrees.
YUG3 WE CflHK
Serves as a record of Ibe payment of yonr
debts. If it is down on an account at this
bank it aids yonr credit standing with the
business men with whom yon deal.
OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT
With this bank. Yonre advancing yonr own
interest. Experienced business men will fell
yon that our bank is always ready to lend its as assistance
sistance assistance in financial matters to ail depositors.
We solicit yonr account because we can prom promise
ise promise satisfaction. : : : :
CAPITAL. FULLY PAID I 971
JNO. I E1WARDI Pt
LOOK OVER THIS LIST OF
(GOOD imWGS TO EAT
You will Surely Find Something that you
Want. The Goods Mentioned Below, are
JUST IN, and will be found Fresh and Fine
Full Cream Edam Cheese in tins
French Roquefort Cheese in individual Jars
French Roquefort Cheese in large ars
Switzerland Sap Sago
Italy Grt. Parmasan
" large bottles
Philadelphia Cream Cheese in jars
Welsh Rarebit Cheese in tin foil J
Sheffords Snappy Cheese in fin foil
Dill Pickles the good kind from Germany, dozen
Pate de Foie Gras, with Trulllcs, large ars-.
M " " .small
Truffes Brossees in large bottles
Boneless Anchovies in oil
Puree of Partridge with Truffles per tin
Pure de Foie Gras .. j
The Four Articles Above are, Fine for lunch or Sandwiches
Imported Ginger Ale. 20c bottle, per dozen ...... Sl.SO
Knorr's Consomme Cnbes J
" Soup Tablets
Japanese Preserved Jinger, small pots ..
Heckers Self Raising Floor, all sizes
Pure Sap Maple Syrup, pints and quarts
PHONES 16 and 174
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Will Yous Spend ONE DOLLAR
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Copyrlnt, UU, by H. K. Ttj Oa
t The Empty Berth.
The one thing Mailory was begin beginning
ning beginning to learn about Marjorie was that
she would never take the point ot
view he expected, and never proceed
along the lines of his logic.
She had grown furious at him for
what he could not help. She had told
him that she would marry him out of
spite. She had commanded- him to
pursue and apprehend the flying par parson.
son. parson. He failed and returned crest crestfallen
fallen crestfallen and wondering what new form
her rage would take.
And, lo and behold, when she saw
him so downcast and helpless, she
rushed to him with caresses, cuddled
his broad shoulders against her
breast, and smothered him. It was
the sincerity of his dejection and the
complete helplessness he displayed
that won her woman's heart.
Mailory gazed at her with almost
more wonderment than delight. This
was another flashlight on her charac character.
ter. character. Most courtships are conducted
under a rose-light in which wooer
and wooed wear their best clothes on
their best behavior; or in a starlit,
moonlit, or gaslit twilight where ro romance
mance romance softens angles and wraps
everything in velvet shadow. Then
the two get married and begin to
live together in the cold, gray day daylight
light daylight of realism, with undignified
necessities and harrowing situations
at every step, and disillusion begins
Its deadly work.
This young couple was undergoing
all the Inconveniences and temper-exposures
of marriage without Its
blessed compensations. They prom promised
ised promised to be well acquainted before they
were wed. If they still wanted each
other after this ordeal, they were pret pretty
ty pretty well assured that their marriage
would not be a failure.
Mailory rejoiced to see that the
hurricane of Marjorle's Jealousy -had
only whipped up the surface of her
soul. The great depths were still
calm and unmoved, and her love for
him was in and of the depths.
Soon after leaving Ogden, the train
entered upon the great bridge across
the Great Salt Lake. The other pas passengers
sengers passengers were staring at the enormous
engineering masterpiece and the con conductor
ductor conductor was pointing out that, in or order
der order to save forty miles and the cross crossing
ing crossing of two mountain chains, the rail railroad
road railroad had devoted four years of labor
and millions of dollars to stretching a
thirty-mile bridge across this inland
But Marjorie and Mailory never no noticed
ticed noticed it. They were absorbed Jn ex exploring
ploring exploring each other's souls, and they
had safely bridged the Great Salt
Lake which the first big bitter Jeal Jealousy
ousy Jealousy spreads across every matrimo matrimonial
nial matrimonial route.
They were undisturbed In their voy voyage,
age, voyage, for all the other passengers had
their noses flattened against the win window
dow window panes of the other cars all ex except
cept except one couple, gazing each at each
through time-wrinkled eyelids touched
w ith the magic of a tardy honeymoon.
For all that Anne and Ira knew,
the Great Salt Lake was a moon moon-swept
swept moon-swept lagoon, and the arid mountains
of Nevada which the train went scal scaling,
ing, scaling, were the very hillsides of Ar Ar-cx
cx Ar-cx dla.
But the other passengers soon came
trooping back into the observation
room. Ira had told them nothing of
Mallory's confession. In the first
place, he was a man who had learned
to keep a secret, and In the second
place, he had forgotten that such per persons
sons persons as Mailory or his Marjorie exist existed.
ed. existed. All the world was summed up in
tho fearsomely happy little spinster
who had moved up into his section
the section which had begun its ca ca-ieer
ieer ca-ieer draped in satin ribbons unwit unwittingly
tingly unwittingly prophetic.
The communion of Mailory and
Marjorie under the benlson of recon reconciliation
ciliation reconciliation was invaded by the Jokes of
the other passengers, unconsciously
Dr. Temple chaffed them amiably:
"You two will have to take a back
seat now. We've got a new bridal
couple to amuse us."
And Mrs. Temple welcomed them
with: "You're only old married folks,
The Mallorys were used to tke mis misunderstanding.
understanding. misunderstanding. But the misplaced
witticisms gave them reassurance
that their secret was safe yet a little
while. At their dinner-table, however,
and In the long evening that followed
they were haunted by the fact that
this was their last night on the train,
and no minister to be expected.
And now once more the Mallorys
regained the star roles in the esteem
of the audience, for once more they
quarreled at good-night-kisslng time.
Once more they required two sec sections,
tions, sections, while Anne Gattle's berth was
not even made up. It remained empty,
like a deserted nest, for its occupant
had flown south.
Fresh Trouble Daily.
The following morning the daylight
creeping into section number one
found Ira and Anne staring at each
other. Ira was tousled and Anne was
unkempt, but her blush still gave her
cheek at least an Indian summer
After a violent effort to reach the
space between her shoulder blades,
she was compelled to appeal to her
new master to act as her new maid.
"Oh, Mr. Lathrop," she stammered
"Ira," she corrected, "won't you
please hook me up?" she pleaded.
Ira beamed with a second child childhood
hood childhood boyishness: "I'll do my best, my
little ootsum-tootsums. it's the first
ume 1 ever criea iu
"Oh, I'm so glad, Anne sighed,
"It's the first time I ever was hooked
iip by a gentleman."
He gurgled with Joy and, forget forgetting
ting forgetting the poverty of space, tried to
reach her Hps to kiss her. He almost
broke her neck and bumped his head
so hard that instead of saying, as he
intended, "My darling," he said. "Oh,
"Ira!" she gasped. But he, with all
the proprietorship he had assumed,
answered cheerily: "You'll have to
get used to it, ducky darling. I could
never learn not to swear." He proved
the fact again and again by the re remarks
marks remarks he addressed to certain refrac refractory
tory refractory hooks. He apologized, but she
felt more like apologizing for her herself.
self. herself. "Oh, Ira," she said, "I'm so ashamed
to have you see me ike this the first
"Well, you haven't got anything on
me I'm not shaved."
"You don't have to tell me that,"
she said, rubbing her smarting cheek.
Then she bumped har head and
gasped: "Oh what you said."
This made them feel so much at
home that she attained the heights of
frankness and honesty by reaching in
her handbag for a knob of supple supplementary
mentary supplementary hair, which she affixed dex dex-trously
trously dex-trously to what was home-grown. Ira,
Instead of looking shocked, loved her
for her honesty, and grinned:
"Now, that's where you have got
something on me. Say, we're like a
couple of sardines trying to make love
In a tin can."
"It's cosy though," she said, and
thATi vanished through the curtains
and shyly ran the gauntlet of amused
glances and over-cordial "Good morn mornings"
ings" mornings" till she hid her blushes behind
the door of the women's room and
turned the key. If she had thought
of it she would have said, "God bless
the man that Invented doors and the
other angel that invented locks."
The passengers this morning were
all a little brisker than usual. It
was the last day aboard for everybody
and they showed a certain extra ani-i
mation, like the Inmates of an ocean
liner when land has been sighted.
Ashton was shaving when Ira swag swaggered
gered swaggered into the men's room. Without
pausing to note whom he was ad addressing,
dressing, addressing, Ashton sang out:
"Good morning. Did you rest well? J
"What?" Ira roared.
"Oh, excuse me!" said Ashton, has hastily,
tily, hastily, devoting himself to a gash his
razor had made In his cheek even In
that cheek of his. j
Ira scrubbed out the basin, filled it
and tried to dive into it, slapping the
cold water in double handfuls over
his glowing face and puffing through
it like a porpoise.
Meanwhile the heavy-eyed Fosdick
was slinking through the dining-car,
regarded with amazement by Dr. Tem Temple
ple Temple and his wife, who were already up
"What's the matter with the bridal
couples on this train, anyway?" said
"I can't Imagine," said his wife, "we
old .couples are the only normal
"Some more coffee, please, mother,"
"But your nerves," she protested.
"It's my vacation," he insisted.
Mrs. Temple stared at him and
shook her head: "I wonder what mis mischief
chief mischief you'll be up to today? You've
already been smoking, gambling,
drinking have you been swearing,
"Not yet," the'old cregyman smiled,
"I've been saving that up for a good
occasion. Perhaps it will rise before
the day's over."
And his wife choked on her tea at
the wonderful train-change that had
come over the best man In Ypsliantl.
By this time Fosdick had reached
the stateroom from which he had
been banished again at the Nevada
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"Whom did you expect?"
Mrs. Fosdick popped her head out
like a Jill In the box. "Oh, it's you,
Arthur. Kiss me good morning."
He glanced round stealthily and
obeyed instructions: I guess It's
safe my darling."
"Did you sleep, dovie?" she yawned.
"Not a wink. They "took off the
Portland car at Granger and I had
to sleep in one of the chairs In the
Mrs. Fosdick shook her, head at him
in mournful sympathy, and asked:
"What state are we in now?"
"A dreadful state Nevada."
"Just what are we in Nevada?"
"I'm a bigamist, and you've never
been married at all."
"Oh, these awful divorce laws!" she
moaned, then left the general for the
particular: "Won't you come in and
hook me up?"
Fosdick looked shocked: "I don't
dare compromise you."
"Will you take breakfast with me
In the dining-car?" she pleaded.
"Do we dare?"
"We might call It luncheon," she
He selied the chance: "All right,
IT1 go ahead and order, and you stroll
In and I'll offer you the seat opposite
"But can't you hook me up?"
He was adamant: "Not till we get
to California. Do you think I want to
compromise my own wife? Shhl
Somebody's comfng!" And he darted
off to the vestibule just as Mrs. Jim Jim-mle
mle Jim-mle Wellington issued from numbef
ten with hair askew, eyes only half
open, and waist only half shut at the
back. She made a quick spurt to
the women's room, found It locked,
stamped her foot, swore under her
breath, and leaned against the wall or
the car to wait.
About the same time", the man who
was still her husband according to
the law, rolled out of berth number
two. There was an amazing clarity
to his vision. He lurched as he made
his way to the men's room, but It was
plainly the train's swerve and not an
Inner lurch that twisted the forthright
of his progress.
He squeezed Into the men's room
like a whole crowd at once, and sang
out, "Good morning, all!" with a won wonderful
derful wonderful heartiness. Then he paused
over a wash basla, rubbed his hands
gleefully and proclaimed, like another
Chantecler advertising a new day:
"Well I'm sober again!"
"Three cheers for you," said his
rival in radiance, bridegroom Lathrop.
How doa it feel?" demanded Ash-
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